By Pixite LLC
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Unbound is a faster, simpler photo manager.
Unbound was designed with speed as a priority. Everything from the initial app launch to scrolling through your thumbs is incredibly responsive. Access photos whenever you want without having to wait.
Unbound keeps your photo organization simple. Use albums to group your photos and easily find them later. Instant search puts any album within a few taps of your keyboard.
Unbound doesn't create a separate photo library like other photo apps. Instead, Unbound uses your existing file structure to create its albums. That means your photos aren't duplicated and you save space.
Easy & Direct Access
Using the file structure also means that you can edit, copy, delete, and move your photos using the Finder, Photoshop, or any other app. Unbound watches the files and stays perfectly up-to-date.
Effortlessly Sync Using Dropbox
Do you want to sync your photo albums with your iPhone, iPad or even multiple Macs? Combine Unbound with Dropbox and you can organize and upload your photos from anywhere and have the changes automatically synced to all your devices.
What's New in Version 1.1.6
- Improved Performance
- Bug Fixes
Great simple photos browser
I’m really liking this as a lightweight and fast replacement for iPhoto. It keeps my photos in a simple folder structure so I’ll be able to easily see all my albums from other apps as well. I use this on my dropbox folder and use the iOS apps to be able to see all my photos from any device. Its a great combo.
Awesome! This update made fixed all my issues!
I have been using this app for about three months. I’ve loved it from day one, but have always suffered a bit because of laggy performance. I am happy to say that the latest update has fully resolved this. The app is now genuinely fast, and very stable. Keep up the great work, guys.
Finally freed from iPhoto
This is a simpler way to organize your photos. iPhoto is too unwieldy and I love how Dropbox is so dependable and straightforward.
Using Unbound with Dropbox just makes a lot of sense for me.